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On Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 4:48 PM, elcico2001 ??????? <> wrote:
Hello all,
I've noticed in the last days some wiki pages in the italian section have
been moved to new locations.

Do you mean pages such as ?

I would ask please all users who work on the wiki to avoid doing so, as in
the italian localization team there are not so many people, and we don't
have time to update all links to those pages in other areas of the wiki/in
other documents.

Generally speaking, pagemoves on the wiki are safe because redirects
are automatically put in place. If we're going to have
language-specific sub-sections such as /IT, we should work on some
guidelines and document them on the wiki so it's clear how these
families of pages work.

So please.. let the italian l10n team manage the italian wiki section, thank
While I'm at this... always waiting for a real multilanguage wiki, with
subdomains for each language (already requested at least 2 years ago)

I believe the latest plan I heard for a multilingual wiki is to use
the Translate extension:

How would subdomains work for different language teams? Do we have
some plans to keep such pages up to date?
I'd love to see if we could have some documentation about the QA Team
in Italian.


Robinson Tryon
QA Engineer - The Document Foundation
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